Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, December 04, 1940, Page Four, Image 4

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    Studio Releases
Make-Up Dates
Tri-Delts, Betas
Early on Schedule
Of Living Groups
Taking pictures of those stu
dents who were unable to fit into
the regular Oregana schedule, the
Kennell-Ellis studio will handle
seven organizations a day, this
week and next week. To facilitate
smooth and uncongested action in
the studio students are requested
to appear on the day they are
assigned according to the make-up
Thursday, Dec. 5—Delta Delta
Delta, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Chi
Omega, Alpha Tail Omega, Chi
Omega, Delta Tau Delta, Kappa
Sigma. .
Friday, Dec. C—Gamma Phi Be
ta, Phi Delta Theta, Hendricks
hall, Phi Gamma Delta, Kappa
Alpha Theta, Sigma hall.
Monday, Dec. 9— Hilyard house,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sigma Al
pha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Susan
Campbell hall, Pi Beta Phi,.
Tuesday, Dec. 10 Sigma Nu, Al
pha Phi, Theta Chi, Delta Gamma,
Phi Kappa Psi, Zeta Tau Alpha,
Campbell co-op.
Wednesday, Dec. 11 — Canard
club, Alpha hall, Zeta hall, Alpha
Xi Delta, Alpha Gamma Delta,
Highland house, University house.
Thursday, Dec. 12 Gamma hall,
Sherry Ross hall, Delta Upsilon,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Orides, Alpha
Delta Pi, Chi Psi.
Friday, Dec. 13—Sigma Phi Ep
silon, Kirkwood co-op, Signm Al
pha Mu, Phi Sigma Kappa, Pi
Kappa Alpha, Sigma Kappa, Yeo
Kitchen Gathers
Bunions In Lin es
Of Em ei aid Duty
The Emerald must go through!
When his car stopped early yes
terday morning in front of the
Hilyard House co-op, Jeff Kitch
en, sophomore in journalism in
charge of campus delivery, had
to deliver the rest of a heavy load
of Emeralds on foot.
Papers for all houses on the
millrace remaining to be deliv
ered, Kitchen walked over 12
blocks scarcely able to see over
•the stack of Emeralds he was
Teacher Prospects
To Meet Thursday
All prospective teachers who
plan to avail themselves of the
services of the University teacher
placement service in obtaining
teaching positions for next year
will meet on Thursday, December
0, at 4:15 p.m., room 4, education
Professor Ernest Moll of the
English department has a poem,
“The Cliffs of England Stand,”
published in the Repertoire section
of December’s Atlantic Monthly.
When n flying cadet at Randolph field, Texas, went up for flight practice recently, he found an “enemy”
on his tail another cadet mixing pleasure with business. Examiners for applicants for the army air corps
will be here through Friday.
Extension Division -
Offers New Courses
Courses in aeronautical naviga
tion, constructive accounting and
art for teachers are included in
the winter term schedule of class
es being prepared by the general
extension department.
Under consideration are courses
in foods, and the literature of the
Bible. Succeeding "Problems in
Child Welfare” offered this term
by Dr. L. S. Bee of the sociology
d'epattment is the course in "Com
munity Organization.”
In response to requests, the de
partment may open classes in The
Dalles, Dallas, and one in Douglas
county. Either Oakland or Yon
calla will be the center.
During the fall term the seven
Eugene classes have enrolled 126
students. Six classes in Salem have
134 and two in Klamath Falls have
54. With one class each; Ashland
has 28; Baker, 32; Corvallis, 27;
Hillsboro, 30; Lakeview, 31; and
Medford, 32.
Portland, which is not under the
Eugene office, enrolled more than
2,000 during the fall term.
Dr. Froelich Ci. Rainey of the
University of Alaska has discov
ered a townsite indicating a non
Eskimo race lived 100 miles above
the arctic Circle thousands of years
Woman Appeals
To Ring Finder
For Lost Jewel
As a reminder to the honest,
but thoughtless student, who
reported finding a ring consist
ing of pearls and onyx to Miss
Ruth Travis, secretary in the
athletic department, and then
neglected to deposit it in the lost
and found, as directed, is re
quested to return the ring im
mediately to the activities office
in McArthur court.
The ring was left in the wash
room of McArthur court during
rush week, by an Astoria woman,
and has great sentimental, as
well as financial value, since it
was inherited from her mother.
To relieve the anxious owner the
girl who found the ring is ur
gently requested to return it im
Former UO Student
Confined to Hospital
Wilfred Brown, ’30, a graduate
of the Oregon school of journal
ism, who is now working in the
Trans-Radio Press office in San
Francisco, is reported recuperat
ing ut the Eugene hospital after a
recent operation.
His wife, the former Elinor
Henry, ’34, and a small daughter
are also staying in Eugene,
International Club
Schedules Speaker
Darlene Warren, senior in
speech and a member of Delta Sig
ma Rho, will talk to members of
the International club in alumni
hall this evening at 7:15 on im
pressions from her trip to Mexico.
Miss Warren was in Mexico
City from June to September this
year, attending the summer ses
sion of the University of Mexico.
Plans for organization of the
club and election of officers will
follow the talk. Michi Yasui, jun
ior in arts and letters and mem
ber of Pni Theta Upsilon, is in
charge of the meeting.
Students who are interested in
foreign nationalities and countries,
are invited to attend, according to
Rev. C. E. Funk, club adviser and
director of Wesley house.
Co-op to Display
Chinese Novelties
A table of Chinese goods will be
on display all day Thursday and
Friday in the Co-op, with Wardeen
Hadley being in charge.
These Chinese imported articles
were formerly shown at a tea given
last Wednesday in Wesley house.
They include wares of copper,
brass, pewter, jewelry, cinnabar,
linen, cloisonne, and various novel
ties. The display will be placed on
a table on the balcony. All articles
are for sale.
ADS Delegates
Will Tour State
Timberline Lodge,
McKenzie River
On Trip Schedule
Delegates who come to Oregon
from colleges anil universities in all
sections of the United States for
the national convention of Alpha
Delta Sigma, advertising fraternity,
in April will learn about Oregon
the easy and pleasant way, it was
announced here today by Bob
Rogers, Eugene, program chair
Although business sessions will
be sandwiched in during the five
days the chapter representatives
will be here, the delegates will see
the famous McKenzie river coun
try and the more daring will ride
river boats down the dashing
rapids, they will be taken on tours
of the Willamette valley, and will
end the convention at Timberline
lodge, high on the side of Mount
At least 40 delegates and mem
bers from the 21 active chapters
are expected to be on hand for the
event. Colleges and universities
which will be represented include
Universities of Missouri, Washing
ton, Oregon, Syracuse, Alabama,
California, Southern California,
California at Los Angeles, Wiscon
sin, DePauw, Butler, New York,
Temple, Minnesota, Stanford; Ore
gon, Pennsylvania, and Washington
State colleges, College of City of
New York, Franklin and Marshall
college, and San Jose State col
lege. Representatives from a num
ber of alumni chapters are also
expected to attend.
Museum Receives
New Oriental Books
For Reference Use
A book on Chinese ceremonial
paper and others on contemporary
problems in the Orient have been
cataloged Recently in the Murray
Warner museum library, Mrs.
Marjorie Reynolds, librarian, an
Dard Hunter’s “Chinese Cere
monial Paper” is a monograph re
lating the fabrication of paper and
tinfoil and their use in Chinese
rites and religious ceremonies.
“Our Future in Asia,” by Aura
Smith, New York Times corre
spondent, presents America’s
stakes in the Orient and their
meaning for peace or war. In
“Twin Stars of China” Evans For
dyce Carlson, a former officer of
the U.S. marines, writes about
present-day China, its war leaders,
people, and social, political, and
economic ideals for the future.
“Foreign Devils in the Flowery
Kingdom,” by Carl Crow, presents
a lively and humorous story of a
foreigner in China and the way of
life that is fast disappearing. An
other new book by Mr. Crow is
“The Chinese Are Like That.”
These books are for reference
only. Hours for the museum li
brary are from 2 to 5 p.m. every
day except Saturday and Sunday,
and entrance is through the east
side door.
Oregon” Blankets, Pennants, Pillows
“Oregon” Seal Jewelry, Compacts, Rings,
Chains, Bracelets
“Oregon" Crest Stationery in a large variety
of designs
Dop-Kits fitted or plain in an assortment of
Prints and Etchings. Many faithful reproduc
tions of famous paintings.
Beautiful Art Books at low prices
Exquisite Gift Boxes of high grade writing
paper which we are equipped to stamp with
Pipes, Pouches, Cameras, Fountain Pens
Campus Calendar
T,oans made at registration are
now falling due. No registration
material for next term will be is
sued until all loans are repaid.
The French honorary, Pi Delta
Phi, will meet in Friendly hall
Thursday at 4 p.m.
T'naffiliated seniors arc sched
uled to have their Oregana pic
tures taken today at the Kennell
Ellis studio.
A communion service for Epis
copal students will be hel dat 7
o’clock this morning in the men's
lounge in flerlinger hall.
Newman club will meet Wednes
day evening at 7:4fi in Gerlinger
Tea for all pre-nursing students
in AWS rooms of Gerlinger today
at 4 o’clock.
WA A council meeting at 4 :45 to
day, Wednesday, in Gerlinger hall.
Warner Art Museum
Shows Periodicals
A student would logically expect
to see such publications as Maga
zine of Art, Antiques, and Bulletin
of the Art Institute of Chicago in
the library of the Murray Warner
art museum, but would he think of
finding Academy of Political Sci
ence Proceedings? Yes, it is there.
Some of the other periodicals re
ceived in the art library as part of
its collection of Far East material
are: Amerasia, T'ien Hsia, pub
lished under the auspices of the
Sun Yat-sen Institute for Advance
ment of Culture and Education in
Chungking: The China Journal,
published in Hongkong; The China
Weekly Review; The Trans Pacific
published in Tokyo; Foreign Policy
Bulletin; and Far Eastern Survey.
“The art library is open every
afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock ex
cept Saturday and Sunday,” re
ports Mrs. Marjorie Reynolds, li
brarian. “It will close for exam
week, however.”
Vocational Expert,
Awarding of Plaque
Planned for Meeting
Mrs. Wendel Van Loan, assist
ant director of the Eugene Voca
tional school, will speak, and the
Mortar Board plaque will be pre
sented at the AWS assembly
Thursday at 4 p.m., announced
Betty Buchanan, president of the
Mrs. Van Loan, who has been
with the vocational school since it
began will discuss, “Careers for
Recipients of the plaque, will be
the three sophomore students who
had the highest grade point aver
age last year.
Business Honorary
Holds Installation;
Fetes New Members
Tail Delta Chi, business admin
istration honorary, for men, held
their installation ceremony at Ger
linger Sunday evening, followed by
a banquet at the Del Rey in honor
of the ten new members.
Paul Smouse, president, an
nounced the names of the new
Old Oregon
Features Case
Author's Picture
Shown on Cover
Of Alum Magazine
Highlighting the December is
sue of Old Oregon will be a picture
and story on Robert Ormond Case,
noted northwest author, according
to Roy Vernstrom, editor of the
The picture will be featured on
the cover, and the story will occu
py the first inside page.
Students Pictured
Case, a graduate of the Univer
sity in 1920, has published several
books and is widely known for his
contributions to the Saturday Eve
ning Post.
Occupying the center spread
will be a story by Bruce Hamby,
publicity director of athletics, on
basketball. This article will be ac
companied by a picture of the
1939 national champions
Author Writer
This issue will contain pictures
of the second generation of the
class of 1910 who are now atteend
ing the University. The eight stu
dents whose pictures will be shown
are: Mary Booth, John Powers,
Mary Word, Cliff Wilcox, Ed
Wheeler, Tom Terry, Mary Jane
Terry, Frank Loomis.
Vernstrom stated that this
month's issue will be in the mails
by the first of next week.
Executive Council
Meets at YMCA Hut
To Discuss Report
The student executive cabinet of
the YMCA will meet tonight at 9
p.m. at the Y hut, according to
Paul Sutley, YMCA executive sec
The group will discuss the re
port of the nominating committee
on the possibility of helping send
a delegate from the Northwest to
the Youth Committee Against War
convention which will be held in
Wisconsin, December 27 to 30.
Other topics for discussion will
be the new additions to the Y ad
visory board and the annual Sea
beck regional conference.
members: Nathan Coleman, Frank
Albrecht, Jim Richardson, Ronald
Hillman, Virgil Libke, Dan Knox,
Bob Deverell, Bob Lovell, Max
Herndon, and Fred Stickels.
Home Cooked
Foods Are Better
Served at Our
Elmo, Lentheric, Coty,
Max Factor, Iludnut,
IT. II. Ayer, Yardley,
Honbigant, and Bourjois
Wheatamin, Squibb's,
Parke-Davis, Upjohn,
Abbott’s and Meads
(Formerly Stevenson’s)
Next door to McDonald
Wish the Season’s Best
with a
Oregon H* Emerald
Only $2.00 for re
mainder of year.
$1.25 per term.
Circulation Manager.
Oregon Daily Emerald
Phone 3300—354
Boarding Students
Requested to Report
To Johnson Hall Now <
“Studentg who plan to live in a
boarding house or private home3
next term will be able to spee^d up
registration if they report the
place in which they plan to stay to
the housing office in Johnson hall
before the end of this term,” Mrs.
E. M. Morris, housing secretary,
Their housing records will be
made out before registration day,
if thus made possible, and their
housing cards will then be ready
for them when they are needed
during registration, according to
Mrs. Morris.
Student Geologists
See Oakridge Dam
The proposed Dorena dam site,
located near Oakridge, was ob
served by around 60 general geol
ogy students on a field trip Sunday
afternoon. Accompanied by Dr.
L. W. Staples, geology instructor,
the group saw the two natural
abutments which will be used if
this dam, which will be the only
concrete dam in the Willamette
Valley project, is built.
Several stops were made on the
100-mile trip to analyze the general
terrain of the country and results
of stream erosion. The party went
in the University truck and private
but he’s out of the dog-house now!
won’t marry a human smoke
screen ! YVliere’tl you get that
tobacco anyway—in a lire
sale? Snap out of it! Switch to
a mild and fragrant blend.”
Sure! Pete made such a hit
with his mild,grand-smelling
Sir Walter Kalcigh hurley
hlend that even his mother
in-law smiled her approval!
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